Q. How do I locate an article when I am given a citation?

Answer

To find the article, here are a couple of options: 

  • E-Journals A-Z is a list of full-text journals available online.
    1. Search for the journal by title.
    2. If the title is available in this list, location will be displayed: it will either be the name of the database or the notation Baker Print Collection. 
    3. Verify the holdings information and click the link to open the database.
    4. Follow on-screen instructions to choose the issue, display contents and locate the article.
  • If the citation already gives you the name of the database from the Online Resources list:
    1. Go to the database directly.
    2. Search for the journal title using publication search or journal name or source search.
    3. Follow the on-screen instructions to choose the issue, display contents and locate the article.

Watch for additional short-cut instructions (e.g. Search within results) to get to the article quickly.

For further assistance contact your campus librarians.

  • Last Updated Jun 12, 2018
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